Have something to say? Want to speak out on a topic? This is the place.
The Chronicle strongly supports the right of people to speak their minds. Open discourse is a vital aspect of a free democracy. That being said: We reserve the authority to choose which letters will and will not be published,.
Letters may be edited for technical details (e.g., correcting a URL or the name of an organization). They will, otherwise, be presented as written.
All letters require a name and e-mail address. The e-mail address will not be published. We reserve the right to decide whether a request for anonymity is granted. We understand the need for anonymity, but we also understand the responsibility of standing behind what you say. If the Chronicle decides that a letter is worth publishing, but must list the writer, we will give them a choice: Publish it with their name attached, or don’t publish.